Category: Neighborhood

  • Special Services on Election day at the Church of the Redeemer

    In addition to the regularly scheduled Holy Eucharist services on Sundays (8am, 10am, 5pm) and Wednesday Healing service at noon, the church will be offering the following special services on Election Day: The Church of the Redeemer will be open for prayer from 7am to 7pm on Election Day Tuesday, November 8th. The offices will be read at the following times: 7am Morning Prayer 12pm Noonday Prayer…

  • Proposed changes at The Street in Chestnut Hill

    There is a pending proposal before the City of Newton Land Use, Conservation and Planning Commissions to change the structures in The Street shopping center in Chestnut Hill. The Chestnut Hill Association has begun to explore this proposal as it affects traffic, noise, and the quality, use and vista of Hammond Pond. The plans include…

  • Chestnut Hill Association Meeting May 3rd

    Please come to the next Chestnut Hill Association Meeting Tuesday, May 3 6:30 pm Church of the Redeemer 379 Hammond St.    Representatives from Boston College will be presenting regarding developments in and around our neighborhood.    

  • Newton Conservators spring events in Chestnut Hill

    Saturday, April 9, 10:00 am Walk Around the Waban Hill Reservoir Reservoir Drive and Woodlawn Drive intersection Come take a short walk around the Waban Hill Reservoir site, the City’s newest open space, purchased this past spring using Community Preservation Act funds. Once a backup reservoir to the state’s water supply system, the Massachusetts Water…

  • Boston College announces plan to build $200 million athletic complex.

    Boston College recently announced plans to build a new athletic complex on its Chestnut Hill campus. The recreational center will be a 240,000 square-foot facility  located at the site of Edmonds Hall on Thomas More Drive, to replace the existing Flynn Recreation Complex. The University also plans to approach Boston city officials regarding construction of an athletics field house located…

  • Newton Community Farm accepting applications for 2016 summer produce shares

    Newton Community Farm (303 Nahanton Street) is accepting applications from Newton residents until February 28 for available shares in our summer 2016 Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program.  Eat fresh, locally-grown produce from June through October for a  cost per share of $625 for weekly pick-up or $338 for alternate week pick-up. NCF will randomly allocate remaining shares…

  • The Waban Hill Reservoir Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Saturday, November 21st

    You are invited to…. The Waban Hill Reservoir Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with Mayor Warren Saturday, November 21st at 11:00 AM

  • Welcome to the CHA annual membership drive.

    With the release of our Spring newsletter, we also begin our annual membership drive. Please join now or renew your membership, which provides our sole source of funds to pay for our activities, community meetings, social events, web site, special projects, newsletters and other mailings. Consider these features: Members’ Cocktail Party May 7: Save Thursday, May…

  • The CHA spring newsletter is coming your way.

    Our latest newsletter is jam-packed with news and local information. Read it here first or wait for yours to arrive in the mail. CHA Newsletter April 2015

  • Armed robbery reported at Star Market in Chestnut Hill

    Newton Police have reported and armed robbery at Star Market in Chestnut Hill, on Wednesday March, 25, at approximately 5pm. For more details, click here.